– “Washington FFA state adviser looks to evolve program”
“Denny Wallace, Washington state FFA adviser, says he is looking for ways for the program to evolve to help members develop skills, pursue careers and become leaders.”
“Wallace started in FFA as a student in 1967 and served as a state officer in his senior year of high school. He became an agriculture teacher in 1976 in Eatonville, and taught in Yelm until 2010.
“Wallace became state FFA adviser in July, replacing his daughter, Rebecca Wallace. He is also program supervisor for agricultural sciences in career and technical education in the state Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction in Olympia,” by Matthew Weaver, Capital Press.